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family in morning. >> ahjee harrod was 16. her family said she went too far down the wrong path and she never found her way. >> at 16 we make mistakes. we flirt with the wrong pathing, but on sunday night at 1016-year-old ahjee harrod found herself too far down that road before turning around and coming home. >> she comes from a loving family. her mother prayed, cried did everything. sometimes little girls get lost out here in the world. prayerfully they come back home. she didn't make this back home. >> harrod's cousin said the teen left her home on east federal street in march. harrod's mother filed a missing person's report but she wasn't missing staying with family. they were losing her.
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harrod was arrestedded multiple times and was starting to develop a juvenile record. deep are down that wrong road she went, ignoring the pleas from those who loved her the most. >> we tried to protect her from that. like this is a big, mean crowl world, but, unfortunately, she's gone. >> reporter: police only know how, a gunshot wound to the head. her body found laying in the middle of fair lane avenue next to her purse and phone, ruling out robbery but opening up a whole host of other questions for detectives. >> we want the facts to unfold for themselves. so like i said, robbery, definitely we believe is not a motive but we just don't know. >> neither does her family who mourns the loss of a life not realized. >> this was somebody's sister, somebody's daughter, somebody's
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niece, somebody's cousin. she was loved. just imagine that power if she would have made it. >> reporter: in east baltimore, brian kuebler, abc2 news. >> police have very little evidence to go mon in this case f you know anything about what happened to her call 410-396-2100. a local cemetery is having big problems with thefts. roosevelt leftwich explains how thieves are stealing urns right off the graves. >> reporter: thieves took several different heavy bronze urns down in brooklyn park. now according to authorities, depending on the size of the urn they weigh anywhere from two to three pounds a and cost anywhere from $600 to $700 but the bronze is only worth $1.69 a pound. the thefts were scattered around the cemetery but police say this
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isn't the first time that cedar hill was robbed. >> the same cemetery almost a month eying-- ago. we had almost 30 information tor northwest district. these are people's memories. this is important to people, very meaning full. >> the company spokesperson said they are saddened by these thefts. she said they are asking families to contact them immediately. this -- they're offering to replace them with ones made out of zinc, one with not as much metal as bronze. police are asking anyone with information to call them at their office. roosevelt leftwich -- abc2 news. >> a few patches of drizzle.
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a look around queen anne's county, around queen anne. more showers south of town. this will make its way no laurel, columbia and anne arundel county. mild compared to yesterday. 56 in ellicott city. north of town where we had a decent amount of sunshine, 60 degrees. cloudy, 55 degrees. drizzle developed. 50s, falling into the low 50s and fog will greet you by tomorrow morning. the warmup for tomorrow. there's a storm that comes in wednesday night coming into thursday this brings in cooler air. we'll talk about that in the seven-day. yankees fans trying to return home on amtrak had to endure more suffering as the power outage shut down northbound rail service. long lines, delays and cancellations lay waited them at
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baltimore -- awaited them at baltimore's penn station. after about six hours amtrak dusted off some diesel powered trains to restore partial service. >> we can't get home using amtrak, can't get home using the transportation that i've already paid for. >> by early afternoon amtrak had restored service to two of the three northbound lains. work continued above the third. hang matters worse for commuters, 95 near tidings bridge was shut down for most of the day. it happened southbound. the lanes are back open. two of the three lanes are back up and running as well. >> feel bad for those yankees fans. those amtrak delays may have kept them from getting pack to new york but it did not stop jamie costello and christian schaffer. jamie and christian are in new york following the o's as they
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get ready for game three. >> right now it's 55 degrees and evercast. tomorrow 66 degrees but we'll get the game. if you're driving in from baltimore, tickets are available. we just saw a couple of scalpers for about $50. the orioles and yankees will play game three tomorrow night. this will be gonzales for us. corona for them. we're still cheering. never have we seen oriole park look this crowd, 40,000 plus. it was ichiro coming around to score. it was chris davis' clutch and the orioles were up 2-1 against andy pettitte. in the 9th inning jim johnson who had a rough night on sunday
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night, rebounds brilliantly to win. this orioles 3-2, but it was a miserable drive up. for that part of the story, here's christian schaffer. >> electrical problems made for a long time. it's tough are for the orioles. the yankees had buses rolling up along the shame direction. they would hop over to the stadium. they got in around 6. the orioles didn't get here until about 8:00 this morning, so a tough trip but they are here in new york now. >> we got about a half hour out of baltimore. i think it was the yankees put something -- finally we got on president bus, about a two and a half-hour bus ride from there to the hotel in new york. >> good thing the game isn't
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tonight. they had workouts but cans selled, probably deciding to sleep in insaid. christian schaffer, abc2 news. >> jamie and christian will be following the dispaim in new york. check them out for all their updates. you can also check out our photo galleries, get info. we have everything you need to get you excited and pumped up for tomorrow night's game. >> today would have been grace' 16th birthday but she took her life last easter after relentless cyber bullying. now her cousins are making sure that her death wasn't in vein. they said today is grace kindness day and do something for someone else. more than 5,000 people pledged to do something kind in grace' name today. if you'd like or information on that event, led to
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for a link to grace' facebook page. >> we're getting deeper into fall and temperatures are starting to drop, which means colds are going around. >> we'll tell you the steps you should be taking to stop a cold before it starts. >> they're a breakfast staple but the cholesterol in eggs raises concerns.
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it's heavy lifting. you start with a democratic senator named ben. by getting bwi-marshall funding for new runways, he's helping us serve 21 million passengers a year, which helps keep 100,000 jobs that depend on the airport, and that means more cargo for more businesses and more skycaps unloading more taxis... welcome to bwi. ...carrying families with more luggage. thanks. it's like he's out here with us. he's my friend, ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin, and i approve this message.
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catching a cold this time of the year is unavoidable. if you feel a cold coming on try a zinc loss sang.
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it can make this shorter. >> there are preventive things that clearly have been shown in mullet tell studies that make a difference. healthy living, adequate rest, hand washing and lastly is exercise. >> if you do catch a stubborn cold a doctor can prescribe a nasal spray to help decrease your sim tons. we've heard the warnings about eggs, don't eat too many. the yolks are high in cholesterol. so what's the eye deal balance? >> if you you have existing heart disease or cholesterol, that is where you want to be a little more cautious. so we're not as strict as the two yolks per week from before but restricting about four yolks per week now. >> besides the eggs, be careful how you prepare them. frying in oil or adding extra
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salt can obviously make it an unhealthy breakfast. this was the shot at bethesda country club, a beautiful start to your day. notice clouds rolling in. it was a day that featured chilly temperatures into the 50s, close to 60. similar conditions in parkville. this is the parkville middle school. you noticed the clouds hung tough. a few more boats on the water. take a look at the shot downtown at 6:00. s in a lot of humidity at 75%. so that is going to ensure some fog that develops. made it to 60 degrees, limited sunshine. that's section below normal but that will change tomorrow. this will be a milder afternoon. that sure would have felt good. 9 4, the record back in 2007. in terms of where we are temperature wise, cooler toward
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the mountain. win chest are, hagerstown. 61 in frederick and eastern shore numbers are into the 50s but this is a really good map to indicate we are on a warming trend. it's seven degrees warmer compared to where we were. 13 degrees warmer from where we are. we are starting to warm things up. it will be a day that features much warmer tperatures. clouds are hanging tough. fog is going to be in here through the course of the evening. 55. cloudy skies through the course of the overnight and fog developing after midnight with limited sunshine for your wednesday morning commute. maryland's most powerful radar showing spotty showers. more showers south of town. this will move into laureland columbia. maybe glen burnie, parts of brooklyn park during the course of the evening. notice clouds in play. that will be with us.
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toward the west some clearing conditions out toward ohio. here comes the system as we go into the day on wednesday. wednesday evening a push of cooler air. i think this will be a dry threat but it will bring the cooler air coming into play as we go into your day on thursday. so be aware of that. so will's the clouds in here by tomorrow afternoon. 60 for chicago. this is tomorrow afternoon but here's the cooler air. take a look at minneapolis at 47 degrees. that will be there, with us going into your day on thrs. so clouds hanging tough. patchy fog. maryland's most accurate forecast calling for cloudy skies and fog and drizzle. 71 for tomorrow. that's a two-degree guarantee with an isolated shower and into the 40s, upper 30s. a decent amount of sunshine and sunshine rairns supreme by
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friday, 66. into the 60s for the weekend. 70 on sunday. how about 75 degrees but maybe a tradeoff with a few showers on monday. >> so the fleece jacket that i took out, i have to put back in. >> coming up on world news, stick around for "the list." here's a look at what you can expect tonight. >> it as known as the first wireless communication. we'll introduce you to the wi did. i board coming up tonight. >> here's what's coming up tonight on abc2.
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here at abc2 we are committed to giving you the information you need when you head to the polls in november. we are bring you five one on one interviews with the candidates. so joining me now is the candidate for maryland's 5th direct. >> so good to be here and so nice of you to have mow on the
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air. >> you've prepared a statement for us. so we'd love to here it. >> yes. >> i'm a retired librarian with a ba in political science from new york oust and a masters from peabody. i was born in new york city in 1919, moved to maryland 51 years ago. i have two daughters and two grandchildren. i've been active in piece and other forward looking organizations all my life. the drone part has four posts, nonviolence, environmental and west dom, social justice, grass roots democracy. violence is an inherently self-defeating policy. the u.s. seems to be waging war without end. we have troops in 150 countries. i say prink all the troops -- bring all the troops home within
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a year. not ri lens action aligns peaceful means with peaceful ends. my own friend dean sharp on the faculty of harvard wrote this and many other books on nonviolence. even some military officials agree with dpoan that nonviolence is practical and replace some military projects. the cost of military hardware is terrific. the cost ofen in violent message is negligible. mccarty wrote i'd rather teach peace and several other books. he has initiated successful courses in peace and nonviolence hatem high schools and colleges. we must eliminate all forms of
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discrimination. greens support equal opportunity for all. the present economic system exploits ordinary people and enriches a few. we can gradually re place the system with a cooperative economy am community-based cooperatives, decision making are made by pel who know best about local needs. support the green -- i support the grown new dole proposed.drone party presidential candidate jill stein, a physician in massachusetts. we should invest in schools, healthcare and housing not in prisons. i agree with henry george that a tax on land is the fairest tax. land should be taxed according to location or value.
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improvements to land should be taxed. income should be steeply graduated so that those with very little income and no tax and the wealthy, including big corporations pay high rates. another pen i shale fact is sin tax. increase taxes on tobacco, alcohol, dunns and fossil fume and begin taxing marijuana and gambling. election reform, i've been working for it since in the 1930s. we need fair pal will the access, proportional representation and fair vote. rocky anderson, the former mayor
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of salt lake city is running for president. he has run no huge hurdles to organize the new justice party anderson says the two major parties have a strangle hold on the ballot. >> i'm sorry hour five minutes are -- our five minutes are up. thank you for coming in. we want to remind you if you'd like to see a this again, you may as well as other candidates' statements on and don't forget to vote on tuesday, november 6th. >> thank you very much for having me. >> let's take a look at your planner, cloudy down to 65 degrees. that will start to develop. pockets of drizzle. we'll show you this on maryland's most powerful radar.
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>> no complaints. we'll take it. >> have a good night. barnhill: you hear a lot of talk about question seven... so let me tell you what i know: if question seven passes, my company's going to... bring table games, like blackjack and poker... right here to baltimore. a twenty-five million dollar investment... that'll create five hundred new jobs. all right here. today, marylanders are spending $500 million gaming... in other states. let's keep it here. i'm chad barnhill, and we're ready to build right here.
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we're ready, and it's real. and all that has to happen... is question seven.
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as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i wouldn't want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, so i shouldn't deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. i support this law because it doesn't force any church to perform a same sex marriage if it's against their beliefs. and that's what this is about.

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